Caught as a Tweet and followed up at the website:
Weird City Theatre is announcing open auditions for "The Internet Casanova," an original show written by Bill Bauer and directed by Jenni Bauer for FronteraFest Short Fringe. They will be held Monday, November 21, at Geniune Joe Coffee, 2100 W. Anderson Lane (click for map)
The premise: a man bombarded by IMs from scammers looking for love and money decides one day to play along and screw with their heads. This show is a staging of some of those transcripts. These roles have no requirements for age/ethnicity/looks, or even traditional on-stage experience (we'll consider improv, sketch, etc.). We're simply seeking three women and one man who can bring the funny. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for an appointment.
We encourage all levels and ages to audition for us. While we are not able to cast everyone in every show, we do encourage you to keep returning. Just because you may not be the right fit for one show, you may be perfect for the next! *If you do not have a current headshot and resume, please do not let this discourage you. You may set up an audition anyway. Headshots and resumes are just a tool to get to know you a little better before you walk in the door.
We do ask that if you make an audition appointment, that you please keep it. If you must cancel, please notify us of this fact at least 24 hours before the audition. It is very important that you review the performance dates of the show. Keep in mind rehearsals last four to six weeks in addition to the show dates. All conflicts must be submitted in writing at the audition. Cast and crew members are compensated for their work. Compensation is given on a per-show basis, and all cast and crew positions are paid upon completion of contract.